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WEST ALABAMA BASKETBALL UWA QUICK FACTS UNIVERSITY INFORMATION Location ........................................................................... Livingston, Alabama Founded ...................................................................................................1835 Enrollment ...............................................................................................5,500 President ......................................................................Dr. Richard D. Holland Director of Athletics ................................................................ Stan Williamson Assoc. Athletic Director/SWA ............................................. Janet Montgomery Special Assistant to the AD ........................................................... Penny Dew NCAA Faculty Representative ...................................................... Micky Smith NCAA Athletic Compliance Director .............................................. Dee Outlaw Nickname................................................................................................Tigers School Colors ........................................................................... Red and White Conference .................................................................. Gulf South Conference Affiliation ................................................................................ NCAA Division II Facility (Capacity) .................................................................Pruitt Hall (1,000) UWA Athletic Web Site ................................................ www.uwaathletics.com Athletic Department Phone...................................................... (205) 652-3784 Athletic Department Fax .......................................................... (205) 652-3600 TEAM INFORMATION Head Coach.................................................................................. Mike Newell Alma Mater ...................................................................Sam Houston State Record at UWA ..................................................................... (First Season) Overall Record .........................................................301-227 (19th season) Assistant Coach............................................................................ Tyler Roden Alma Mater ................................................................................UWA, 2009 Athletic Trainer ..........................................................Tenshi Furumi, MA, ATC 2010-11 Record ....................................................................................... 11-15 GSC Record ................................................................................................ 5-7 Letterwinner returning/lost ........................................................................... 3/7 Starters returning/lost .................................................................................. 1/4 Newcomers..................................................................................................... 8 SPORTS INFORMATION Sports Information Director:.............................................................Kyle Lewis E-Mail ...............................................................................klewis@uwa.edu Phone Number ................................................................... (205) 652-3719 Assistant Sports Information Director (MBB Contact) ................Tray Littlefield E-Mail ...........................................................................tlittlefield@uwa.edu Phone Number ................................................................... (205) 652-3596

2011-12 SCHEDULE OCTOBER 29 .................Alumni Game* ................................. 4:30 p.m. NOVEMBER 7 ....................... at Troy* ...................................................................... TBA 11 ..................... at Barry .................................................................12 p.m. 12 ..................... at Lynn ..................................................................12 p.m. 14 ..................... at Oregon State% ...................................................7 p.m. 18 .................Carver Bible .................................... 5:30 p.m. 25 ..................... at Morehead State% ..........................................2:30 p.m. 26 ..................... at Bucknell% ...........................................................1 p.m. 27 ..................... at Princeton*% ........................................................1 p.m. 30 .................Columbus State ....................................6 p.m. DECEMBER 10 ..................... at Columbus State ..................................................2 p.m. 14 .................Martin Methodist ............................. 5:30 p.m. 19 ..................... at Tarleton State ......................................................6 p.m. 31 .................Rust College..........................................2 p.m. JANUARY 5 ...................Alabama-Huntsville$ ...................... 7:30 p.m. 7 ...................North Alabama$ ....................................4 p.m. 12 ..................... at Christian Brothers$ .............................................7 p.m. 14 ..................... at Delta State$ ........................................................... TBA 16 ..................... at Auburn-Montgomery ...........................................7 p.m. 19 .................Valdosta State$ ............................... 7:30 p.m. 22 ..................... at West Florida$ ......................................................4 p.m. 25 .................Auburn-Montgomery ............................7 p.m. 28 .................West Georgia$ ......................................4 p.m. FEBRUARY 2 ....................... at Alabama-Huntsville$ ......................................7:30 p.m. 4 ....................... at North Alabama$ ..................................................3 p.m. 9 ...................Christian Brothers$ ........................ 7:30 p.m. 11 .................Delta State$ ...........................................2 p.m. 16 ..................... at Valdosta State$ ...................................................... TBA 19 .................West Florida$ ........................................4 p.m. 25 .................West Georgia$ .........................................TBA MARCH 1-3.................... GSC Tournament +....................................................TBA

* - Exhibition $ - Gulf South Conference contest + - GSC Tournament % - Legend’s Classic

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WEST ALABAMA BASKETBALL COACH / ATHLETE INTERVIEWS Please make arrangements for all interviews with West Alabama student-athletes and coaches through Asst. Sports Information Director Tray Littlefield by calling (205) 652-3596. UWA studentathletes are also routinely available for interviews following practice sessions and competitions, following the NCAA 10-minute cooling off period. No athlete telephone numbers will be given out. Please respect this policy and coordinate ALL athlete/coach interviews through the UWA Sports Information Office. MEDIA SERVICES The UWA Sports Information Office compiles and distributes statistics amd notes prior to each game and complete game results at the conclusion of competition. Following each game, box scores will be distributed to the sports information office of the visiting school and, upon request, to media outlets. The Sports Information Office produces a weekly release featuring game notes, updated statistics and other pertinent information on the Tiger basketball program. To access this release, please log on to www.uwaathletics.com and click on basketball. Each week’s release will be located on the right side of the web page. The PDF formatted document is posted every Tuesday by noon. PRESS CREDENTIALS Requests for credentials for working press, photographers, television and radio should be made to Tray, Asst. Sports Information Director. Credentials should be requested at least seven days in advance of the game. If there is a special circumstance regarding one or more of the games, please contact the Sports Information Office. DIRECTIONS TO PRUITT HALL From Interstate 20/59: Exit 17, Highway 28 East to Livingston. Right on Highway 11 to UWA campus. From US Highway 80: Highway 28 West to Livingston. Right on Highway 11 to UWA campus.

WIRELESS INTERNET Wireless internet access is available at Pruitt Hall. For more information please contact the UWA Sports Information Office. UWA ON THE INTERNET Visit the official West Alabama Athletics home page on the Internet at: www.uwaathletics.com. The site offers up-to-date information on all of UWA’s 10 NCAA varsity sports, including schedules and results, player andcoach biographies as well as the latest news from each UWA athletic program. The site provides links to the NCAA and the Gulf South Conference. GSC WEEKLY RELEASE The Gulf South Conference sends out weekly releases and updated stats throughout the season. The releases include updated team notes, conference players of the week along with league standings. Please contact the GSC Sports Information staff for more information. Assistant Commissioner Media & Public Affairs Michael Anderson - (205) 991-9880 gscsid@mindspring.com Assistant Sports Information Director A.A. Moore - (205) 991-9880 gscassistantsid@mindspring.com Director of Broadcasting Jim Cavale - (205) 991-9880 jimcavale@mac.com GSC Official Web Site www.GulfSouthConference.org GSC Mailing Address 2101 Providence Park; Suite 200 Birmingham, AL 35242

WEST ALABAMA MEDIA OUTLETS TELEVISION WTOK-TV Lindsey Hall P.O. Box 2988 Meridian, MS 39391 (601) 693-6397 lindsey.hall@wtok.com RADIO ESPN 104.9-FM Wayne Grant 11474 Hwy. 11 York, AL 36925 (205) 392-5234 NEWSPAPERS THE BIRMINGHAM NEWS Mike Perrin 2200 Fourth Avenue North Birmingham, AL 35202 (205) 325-2222 mperrin@hiwaay.com THE TUSCALOOSA NEWS Andrew Carroll P.O. Box 20736 Tuscaloosa, AL (205) 345-0505 andrew.carroll@tuscaloosanews.com THE MOBILE REGISTER Randy Kennedy P.O. Box 2488 Mobile, AL 36652 (251) 434-8662 rkennedy@press-register.com WIRE SERVICE ASSOCIATED PRESS John Zenor P.O. Box 1000 Montgomery, AL 36101 (334) 265-7177 jzenor@ap.org

KEEP UP WITH UWA ATHLETICS The University of West Alabama can be accessed several different ways on the world wide web. All UWA home basketball games will be streamed over the internet via America One. Fans wanting to watch Tiger athletics on this service will need a high-speed Internet connection and a current version of Microsoft Windows Media Player. Games will be sold on an individual basis for $8 (US) and season packages for football and basketball will also be available. America One is a premier provider of reliable and secure international television and pay-per-view broadcasting systems. Broadcasts will be aired through the school’s website at www.uwaathletics. com. A select number of UWA basketball games be be carried on ESPN 104.9 FM, the official radio station for UWA athletics. A 50,000 watt station, ESPN 104.9 FM reaches UWA and surrounding areas, including western Alabama and eastern Mississippi. UWA broadcasts will also be carried on the athletic website. Tiger athletics can also be followed on Facebook and Twitter (UWAAthletics).

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WEST ALABAMA BASKETBALL 2011-12 Numerical Basketball Roster No. 04 05 10 13 14 20 22 23 33 40 42 55

Name Phillip Morris Marcus Heidelberg Allen McGaha Josh Spears Jared Woolfolk Ryan Fitch Drew Faile Michael Jackson Darrion Booker Chucky Curry Jacob Acker Kyle Belcher

Pos. G F G G G F G G C C G C

Ht. 5-11 6-7 5-11 6-3 6-3 6-6 6-6 6-7 6-8 6-7 6-2 6-9

Wt. 190 205 170 190 210 200 200 170 235 290 185 260

Cl. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. Jr. Jr. Fr. So.

Hometown Columbus, Miss. Vossburg, Miss. Chicago, Ill. Selma, Ala. O’Fallon, Ill. Birmingham, Ala Gardendale, Ala. Heidelberg, Miss. Whitmire, S.C. Newton, Miss. Carrollton, Ala. Dora, Ala.

Head Coach: Mike Newell (Sam Houston State), First season Assistant Coach: Tyler Roden (UWA, 2009), First season Graduate Assistant: Brandon Mayweather, First season

2011-2012 Alphabetical Basketball Roster No. 42 55 33 40 22 20 05 23 10 04 05 13 14

Name Jacob Acker Kyle Belcher Darrion Booker Chucky Curry Drew Faile Ryan Fitch Marcus Heidelberg Michael Jackson Allen McGaha Phillip Morris Quintarius Robinson Josh Spears Jared Woolfolk

Pos. G C C C G F F G G G F G G

Ht. 6-2 6-9 6-8 6-7 6-6 6-6 6-7 6-7 5-11 5-11 6-6 6-3 6-3

Wt. 185 260 235 290 200 200 205 170 170 190 210 190 210

Cl. Fr. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. So. So. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr. Jr.

Hometown/Previous School Carrollton, Ala. Dora, Ala. Whitmire, S.C. Newton, Miss. Gardendale, Ala. Birmingham, Ala Vossburg, Miss. Heidelberg, Miss. Chicago, Ill. Columbus, Miss. Itta Bena, Miss. Selma, Ala. O’Fallon, Ill.

Tigers By State / Province Alabama Jacob Acker (Pickens) Kyle Belcher (Dora) Drew Faile (Gardendale) Ryan Fitch (Birmingham) Josh Spears (Selma)

Mississippi Chuck Curry (Newton) Michael Jackson (Heidelberg) Phillip Morris (Columbus) South Carolina Darrion Booker (Whitmire)

Illinois Allen McGaha (Chicago) Jared Woolfolk (O’Fallon)

Tigers By Height 5’6”-5’11” Phillip Morris (5’11”) Alan McGaha (5’11”)

6’0”-6-5” Jacob Acker (6’2”) Josh Spears (6’3”) Jared Woolfolk (6’3”)

6’6”-6’11” Ryan Fitch (6’6”) Quintarius Robinson (6’6”) Drew Faile (6’7”) Michael Jackson (6’7”) Darrion Booker (6’8”) Chuck Curry (6’7”) Kyle Belcher (6’9”)

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WEST ALABAMA BASKETBALL

MIKE

TYLER

Newell

Roden

HEAD COACH 1ST SEASON AT UWA SAM HOUSTON STATE

ASSISTANT COACH 1ST SEASON AT UWA UWA, 2009

Mike Newell enters his first season as head men’s basketball coach. Newell comes to UWA after serving in the same capacity at the University of Arkansas at Monticello for nine seasons.

Tyler Roden begins his first season as the Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach at the University of West Alabama after one season on the bench as Graduate Assistant for the women’s program.

Newell was hired at UAM in 2001 and his recruiting efforts brought in Billy McDaniel, who became a first-team All-American in 2003 for the Boll Weevils, the first in the school’s history and Nate Newell, his son, who earned first-team AllGSC honors in 2009. Newell built the Boll Weevils from the ground floor and led them to the Division II NCAA Sweet Sixteen in 2006.

As a graduate assistant with the women’s program, Roden assisted in guiding the Tigers to an 18-9 record after an 8-19 record the previous season. During last season, he was responsible for mentoring the guards, including the program’s first NCAA All-American Mystee Dale.

Newell, who has tallied a 301-227 career record in 18 seasons, has posted seven, 20-win seasons as head coach. Newell is no stranger to winning as he won 113 games his first five seasons as a head coach, one more than the legendary John Wooden won in his first five years at Indiana State. He also guided the University of Arkansas at Little Rock to a historic upset of #10 Notre Dame in the 1986 NCAA Tournament. Newell’s first coaching stop came as an assistant at the University of Oklahoma under Billy Tubbs. While serving a brief stint as Interim Head Coach at OU, Newell guided the Sooners to a big win over UAB in the 1983 NCAA Tournament.

Prior to UWA, Roden spent a year at Buckhorn High School in Huntsville, Ala., as the assistant coach for the girls’ basketball and baseball teams. Roden is a 2009 graduate of UWA, where he earned his B.S. in Mathematics and minored in History. During his time as a student in Livingston, Roden spent a season as a member of the Tiger baseball program and two years on the men’s basketball team. Before transferring to UWA, he spent a season on the United States Naval Academy baseball team and a year at Naval Academy Prep School, where he led the team in scoring. Roden is the son of UWA women’s basketball head coach Craig Roden and Beverly Prince. He is engaged to Brandi Roe.

In Newell’s last season as an assistant at OU, the Sooners posted a 29-5 record and a No. 5 national ranking with a No. 2 seed in the West Region, along with a Big 8 Conference Championship. In 1984, he became the head coach at UALR and guided the Trojans to a 17-13 record in his first season. Newell’s teams qualified for five consecutive postseason bids, including three bids to the NCAA Tournament. His squads won three Trans-America Athletic Conference Championships and he was named TAAC Coach of the Year twice before leaving UALR for Lamar following the 1990 season. In 1990, Newell took the reigns at Lamar University and turned a seven-win team into a 16-game winner. Newell began his college playing career for Press Maravich (father of the legendary Pete Maravich) at Louisiana State. One year later, he transferred to Sam Houston State in Huntsville, Tex., where he led the 1973 Bearkats to a 28-0 record and the NAIA National Championship. In Newell’s three years as a starter at SHSU, the Bearkats were 76-13. Newell was inducted into the Bearkcat Hall of Honor in 1990. Newell received both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in education from Sam Houston State University.

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BRANDON

Mayweather GRADUATE ASSISTANT COACH 1ST SEASON AT UWA


WEST ALABAMA BASKETBALL 2010-11 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS TOTAL ##

Player

GP-GS

Min.-Avg FG-FGA

00

Beavers, Korielle

26-26

763-29.3

04

Coleman, Trevelle

26-22

678-26.1

05

Fitch, Ryan

26-26

10

Bland, Dameion

14 20

3-PTS

REBOUNDS

Pct

3FG-FGA

Pct

56-121

.463

17-38

.447

56-154

.364

11-35

.314

FT-FTA

Pct

Off-Def-Tot

Avg

PF-FO

A-TO

Blk-Stl

Pts-Avg

19-49

.388

39-114-153

5.9

72-4

47-38

10-31

148-5.7

58-84

.690

19-32-51

2.0

44-0

78-72

0-28

181-7.0

24-36 274-10.5

814-31.3 109-222 .491

1-2

.500

55-73

.753

51-112-163

6.3

73-3

44-62

7-0

74-10.6

5-14

.357

1-4

.250

5-6

.833

1-7-8

1.1

9-0

15-11

0-1

16-2.3

Griffin, Jonathon

6-6

144-24.0

27-45

.600

0-0

.000

9-13

.692

20-30-50

8.3

17-0

5-12

5-5

63-10.5

Gates, Deshario

3-0

17-5.7

4-8

.500

3-6

.500

0-1

.000

0-2-2

0.7

2-0

1-0

0-0

11-3.7

22

Faile, Drew

24-1

350-14.6

39-116

.336

23

Mendenhall, Alquan 26-24

24

Appiah, Ibrahim

19-2

183-9.6

16-46

.348

5-18

.278

16-23

.696

5-11-16

0.8

16-0

9-14

1-6

53-2.8

31

Thompson, Marino

23-5

326-14.2

39-96

.406

0-0

.000

25-39

.641

22-45-67

2.9

36-0

11-21

23-11

103-4.5

33

Dixon, Richard

26-16

603-23.2 104-225 .462

23-70

.329

32-56

.571

50-75-125

4.8

60-2

26-48

7-18

263-10.1

40

Person, Brett

4-0

30-7.5

3-7

.429

0-1

.000

0-2

.000

1-3-4

1.0

4-0

1-2

0-2

6-1.5

42

Mitchell, Paul

14-2

327-23.4

40-86

.465

1-1

1.000

18-39

.462

28-41-69

4.9

34-1

14-26

6-15

99-7.1

44

Belcher, Kyle

5-0

22-4.4

4-8

.500

0-1

.000

0-1

000

4-1-5

1.0

11-0

2-4

1-0

8-1.6

919-35.3 123-310 .397

23-79

.291

12-18

.667

17-21-38

1.6

29-1

24-21

9-11

113-4.7

101-241

.419

28-37

.757

12-67-79

3.0

26-0

31-46

1-21

375-14.4

2010-11 TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points per game Scoring margin FIELD GOALS-ATT Field goal pct 3 POINT FG-ATT 3-point FG pct 3-pt FG made per game FREE THROWS-ATT Free throw pct F-Throws made per game REBOUNDS Rebounds per game Rebounding margin ASSISTS Assists per game TURNOVERS Turnovers per game Turnover margin Assist/turnover ratio STEALS Steals per game BLOCKS Blocks per game ATTENDANCE Home games-Avg/Game Neutral site-Avg/Game

UWA 1713 65.9 +0.2 625-1458 .429 186-496 .375 7.2 277-441 .628 10.7 918 35.3 +0.4 308 11.8 391 15.0 +0.1 0.8 185 7.1 87 3.3 4515 16-282 -

OPP 1707 65.7 597-1397 .427 170-519 .328 6.5 343-502 .683 13.2 908 34.9 287 11.0 393 15.1 0.7 174 6.7 57 2.2 10264 10-1026 0-0

For complete statistical data from the 2010-11 season, scan the UR Code to the right.

2010-11 RESULTS Date Nov. 3

Opponent at Auburn

Result L

Score 66-79

Attend Exh.

Nov. 5

at UAB

L

64-81

Exh.

Nov. 8

at Troy

L

76-86

Exh.

Nov. 12

Carver Bible College

80-74

327

Nov. 13

at Jacksonville State

L

58-79

1681

Nov. 15

Huntington College

W

80-49

478

Nov. 18

Concordia

W

104-65

323

Nov. 27

Arkansas Tech

L

61-58

208

Nov. 29

Harding

L

68-69

415

W

Dec. 2

Delta State

L

77-85

462

Dec. 11

at Christian Brothers

L

30-45

400

Dec. 17

at Arkansas Monticello

L

65-79

341

Dec. 18

at Southern Arkansas

W

60-59

287

Dec. 30

Henderson State

W

Dec. 31

Ouachita Baptist

L

Jan. 6

Georgia Southwestern

Jan. 15

Lambuth

58-43

82

42-55

143

L

50-60

159

L

47-57

NA

65-54

807

L

49-69

1615

Jan. 20

West Florida

Jan. 22

at Alabama-Huntsville

Jan. 27

at West Georgia

W

70-68

2763

Jan. 29

North Alabama

W

68-60

455

Feb. 2

at Valdosta State

L

66-83

1244

Feb. 7

at Lambuth

L

71-78

89

Feb. 12

Alabama-Huntsville

L

71-84

NA

Feb. 16

at West Florida

67-66

523

Feb. 19

at North Alabama

69-90

1321

Feb. 21

Oakwood

W

81-51

298

Feb. 24

West Georgia

W

Feb. 26

Valdosta State

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W

W L

L

86-49

NA

73-75

358


WEST ALABAMA BASKETBALL 2011-12 Season Snapshot New Season, New Team When first-year head coach Mike Newell takes to the court for the first time in 2011, Tiger fans will not only see a new coach and staff, but UWA followers will have to quickly learn the new faces of the West Alabama roster. Simply put, it’s a new season and a new team for the Tigers heading into 2011. This will be the first year on the UWA sideline for Coach Newell, but its definitely not his first go round in college basketball. Entering his 19th season of coaching, Newell has won nearly 60 percent of his games with a 301-207 overall record. He has served on staffs at the University of Oklahoma, Arkansas-Little Rock, Lamar University, and Arkansas-Monticello. Add to his career record seven 20-win seasons and it is easy to see why fans are excited about Coach Newell and the upcoming season. “I am excited to be here at West Alabama,” Newell stated. “When you look at this season, we are going to be young and energetic, which is something I am personally excited about.” The Tigers return three players from last season in Drew Faile, Ryan Fitch and Kyle Belcher. Fitch finished last year second on the team, averaging 10.5 points per game and is likely to gain another starting role on this year’s squad.

Junior Ryan Fitch returns as the team’s leading scorer from a year ago.

“Our biggest weakness by far is experience. On the other hand, I think we have a very high talent level, and I think Ryan Fitch is a big part of that,” Newell said. UWA welcomes 10 newcomers to this year’s roster, including big names like Darrion Booker, Jared Woolfolk, Josh Spears, and Allen McGaha. These four players are likely to earn plenty of playing time this year as their coach has been impressed with their work ethic throughout the summer and early fall. “This kids have stayed on campus this summer and worked extremely hard,” said Newell. “Right now, we have six players that can run close to a five-minute mile, so they are in shape and have proved themsleves in workouts all summer.” UWA begins the season on Nov. 11, as the team travels to Niceville, Fla., to play Barry and Lynn Colleges, before taking part in the Legends Classic against teams like Oregon State, Morehead State, Princeton and Bucknell.

2011-12 UWA Legend of the Game M.K. Turk The year was 1962 in Livingston, Ala. – by any standards it was a trying time in this part of the country. At the height of civil rights battles across the South, the sleepy little town of Livingston needed something to keep its mind off of its surroundings – welcome to the stage M.K. Turk. “We did not have great teams back then, but I did have great teammates,” said the loyal Turk. After a couple of seasons playing at Copiah-Lincoln in Mississippi, Turk made his way west to play at Livingston State College, now known as the University of West Alabama. In his two-year career at LSC, Turk competed in the Alabama Collegiate Conference. According to Turk, competing in the ACC was not an easy task.

Turk dressed in LSC Red and White.

“We had some stiff competition during those days,” said Turk. “You take a look at those schools and some of them are now competing in Division I – teams like Jacksonville State and Troy.”

After several years in the coaching profession, Turk made his way to Memphis State as an assistant coach. It was his next stop at Southern Miss that would define his career. In 20 years, Turk compiled a 300-267 record, with his teams making two appearances in the NCAA Tournament, eight NIT appearances, including a 1987 NIT National Championship – probably Turk’s proudest moment as a coach. It was a defining moment in a career marked by success and competitive drive – a career that started at the University of West Alabama. “I owe a lot to that place. I will never forget my time there, and most importantly will never forget my teammates that mean so much to me.”

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WEST ALABAMA BASKETBALL 2011-12 Player Biographies

42 Jacob Acker

5-5, Freshman Guard, Pickens, Ala.

High School Played at Pickens Academy in Carrollton, Ala…An Alabama all-state performer in his junior and senior seasons…Named the 2010-11 AISA Player of the Year…Le ered in basketball, football, and baseball. Personal Full name is Jacob Levi Acker…Son of Luann and Mike Acker…Born on March 4, 1993…Majoring in math.

04 Phillip Morris

5-11, Junior Guard, Columbus, Miss.

2010-2011 Spent the last two seasons at Southwest Mississippi Community College, earning his associates of arts degree…His career high in junior college was 26 points and 9 assists. High School Played at Columbus High School in Columbus, Miss…Le ered for four years in basketball, one year in football, and three in track and field…The captain of his basketball team for two seasons… Scored a career-high 28 points and 8 assist. Personal Full name is Phillip Michael Morris…Born on Sept. 13, 1990…Son of Janet Morris…Majoring in physical educa on.

10 Allen McGaha

5-11, Junior Guard, Chicago, Ill.

2009-2010 Played at South Suburban College, earning his associates of arts degree. High School Played at Proviso East Township in Maywood, Ill…Graduated in 2008 a er le ering in basketball. Personal Son of Alan McGaha and Tamiko Keller…Born on April 20, 1990…Majoring in criminal jus ce with a minor in psychology.

13 Josh Spears

6-3, Junior Guard, Selma, Ala.

2007-2009 Played at Snead State Community College for two seasons. High School Played at Dallas County High School in Selma, Ala. Personal Full name is Joshua Antoine Spears…Son of Levi Shanks and Virginia Spears…Career ambi on is to start own business…Majoring in physical educa on.

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WEST ALABAMA BASKETBALL 2011-12 Player Biographies

14 Jared Woolfolk

6-3, Junior Guard, O’Fallon, Ill.

2009-2011 Played at Kaskaskia College for two seasons. High School Played at O’Fallon Township High School where he helped lead the Panthers to the state championship game... As a Panther, Woolfolk was third-team all-state, first team all-conference, and was the co-MVP of 07’ state championship game… Lost in the state championship game against Chicago Simeon who was led by 2010 NBA MVP Derek Rose. Personal Full name is Jared Kyle Woolfolk…Son of Martha May and Clarence Woolfolk…Majoring in physical educa on.

20 Ryan Fitch

6-6, Junior Forward, Birmingham, Ala.

2010-11 Started in all 26 games for the Tigers, averaging 10.5 points and 6.3 rebounds per contest…Led the team in several sta s cal categories including steals, blocked shots, and rebounds…Hit 109 of his 122 field goal a empts for a near 50 percent average…Made 75 percent of his free-throws, going 55 of 73 from the stripe, good for the second best percentage on the team. 2009-10 Played in 24 games for the Tigers and started in 12 games … Amassed 70 rebounds on the year which includes 38 defensive rebounds and 32 offensive rebounds at an average of 2.9 rebounds per game … Scored 4.3 points per contest … Posted a 52.3 field goal percentage throughout the year … In first career start against West Florida on January 07, 2010, he accounted for 12 points and 5 rebounds … Grabbed 5 offensive rebounds and 7 total rebounds against Southeastern Bible on January 09, 2010. 2008-09 Red shirted his first season on campus. High School Prepped at John Carroll High School in Birmingham, Ala. ... Played on the Cavilers 2007 State Runner Up squad ... Served as captain one season at JCHS ... Named to the All-Tournament Team in 2007 ... Averaged 14 points per ou ng as a senior ... A four-year le erwinner at JCHS ... Coached by Marty Smith at JCHS ... A member of the campus ministry team at JCHA. Personal Ryan Jeffery Fitch was born on September 17, 1989 in Birmingham, Ala. ... The son of Jeffery and Pamela Fitch ... Has one sibling, Trevor Fitch (17) ... Career objec ve is to be a structural engineer ... Models his game a er Richard Hamilton ... Highest ambi on in sports is to win a na onal championship ... Chose UWA over Tennessee at Mar n.

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WEST ALABAMA BASKETBALL 2011-12 Player Biographies

22 Drew Faile

6-6, Junior Guard, Gardendale, Ala.

2010-11 Played in 24 games for the Red and White, earning one start…Averaged 4.7 points and 1.6 rebounds per game…Had 24 total assists with 21 total turnovers for a posi ve assist-to-turnover ra o. 2009-10 Played at Bevill State. High School Prepped at Gardendale High School under Mark Cornelious … le ered in basketball for three years and served as captain of the team for one for the Rockets … Also le ered in cross country three years and track one year … Won the Jefferson County Track Championship in 2009 … Par cipated in the Fellowship of Chris an Athle cs. Personal Jared Drew Faile was born on March 11, 1991 … Son of Donnie and Carla Faile … Has a younger sister, Kenlee… Majoring in Athle c Training.

23 Michael Jackson 6-7, Sophomore Guard, Heidelberg, Miss. 2010 Played at Lackawanna College during the 2010 season. High School Played at Heidelberg High School…Graduated in 2008. Personal Full name is Michael Demarious Jackson…Born on Feb. 10, 1990…Son of Amanda Jackson…Majoring in biology.

33 Darrion Booker

6-8, Junior Center, Whitmire, S.C.

2010-2011 Played at Lamar St. Port Arthur. High School Played at Union High School in Union South Carolina. Personal Son of Tracey and Gerald Booker…Brother Devin Booker plays at Clemson University…Major in Physical Educa on.

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WEST ALABAMA BASKETBALL 2011-12 Player Biographies

40 Chucky Curry

6-7, Junior Center, Newton, Miss.

2010-11 Curry is a current member of the UWA football team…. The two-sport star saw significant playing me over the course of the 2010-11 football season on an offensive unit that amassed over 4,000 total yards of offense. Personal Prior to UWA, a ended East Central CC … offensive lineman for the 3rd ranked offensive a ack in the Mississippi Associa on of Community and Junior Colleges in 2009, which tallied 179.6 yards per game and 1617 total yards on the ground … In the passing game, the offense racked up 249 yards per game which was good for 4th best in the region.

55 Kyle Belcher

6-9, Sophomore Center, Dora, Ala.

2010-11 Played in five games for the Tigers…Was 4-of-8 from the field for the season…Totaled eight points and five rebounds in those five contests. High School Prepped at Corner High School class of 2009…Member of the Fellowship of Chris an Athletes… Le ered four years in football as well as basketball. Personal Son of Tammy and Jay Belcher…Has four brothers and sisters… Son of Jay and Tammy Belcher… Majoring in sports management.

05 Marcus Heidelberg

6-7, Walk on Sophomore Forward, Vossburg, Miss.

2010-11 Played at East Mississippi Community College in Scooba, Miss.

High School Graduated from Quitman High School…Graduated 16th in his class of 129 with a 3.7 GPA. Personal Full name is Marcus O’Brian Heidelberg…Enjoys being outdoors and his favorite memory is his first career dunk…Majoring in sports medicine.

2011-12 RECORD BOOK


WEST ALABAMA BASKETBALL TEAM & INDIVIDUAL RECORDS TEAM RECORDS

INDIVIDUAL RECORDS

SINGLE GAME

SINGLE GAME

Total Points ........................... 160 vs. Mississippi College,1969-1970

Points……………………… ...............51-Floyd Patterson vs. Selma, 1991-1992

FG’s Attempted .................... 95 vs. Alabama-Birmingham, 1972-1973

Rebounds………………................. 28-Dave Harvey vs. Montevallo, 1969-1970

FG’s Scored ....................................... .56 vs. Troy State, 1971-1972

FG’s Attempted……..............36-Charles Jackson vs. SE Louisiana, 1972-1973

FG Percentage ................................. 67.0 vs. Troy State, 1971-1972

FG’s Made…………….…. .............. 19-Dave Harvey vs. Spring Hill, 1969-1970

FT’s Attempted ..................................... 52 vs. Saint Leo, 2004-2005

……………………………… ..............19-Floyd Patterson vs. Selma, 1991-1992

Ft’s Made ................................... 45 vs. Southeastern Bible, 2008-09

FG Percentage ............... 88.2 (15-17) -James McClendon vs. Winona St, 1993-94

FT Percentage ................... 100.0 vs. Alabama-Huntsville, 1980-1981

FT’s Attempts…….. .............22-Tony Andre vs. Mississippi College, 1979-1980

..................................................... 100.0 vs. Delta State, 1989-1990

FT’s Made…………………. ............. 16-Oscar Davis vs. Spring Hill, 1967-1968

Rebounds ....................................... 68 vs. William Carey, 1976-1977

FT Percentage ..............................100.0 Oscar Davis vs Spring Hill, 1967-1968

Fewest points Scored ................... 30 vs. Christian Brothers, 2010-11

…………………..….. .............100.0-Steve Brown vs. Valdosta State,1999-2000

.............................................. 36 vs. Mississippi College, 1984-1985

Assists…………….…… ............ 18-Butch Stafford vs. Athens State, 1969-1970

Assists ................................ 35 vs. Alabama-Birmingham, 1972-1973

…………………….…….............. 18-Otis Adams vs. Phillips College,1983-1984

..................................................35 vs. Selma University, 1991-1992

Steals……………………..…….............7-Joesph Baker vs. Stillman, 2004-2005

Steals ...................................... 10 vs. Oakwood College, 1999-2000

……………………...……… .............7-Charles Jackson vs. Millsaps, 1973-1974

Blocked Shots ........................................14 vs. Lambuth, 1986-1987

Consecutive FT’s………...… ........... 16-Oscar Davis vs. Spring Hill, 1967-1968

3-Point Goals Made ............................ 17 vs. Montevallo, 2002-2003

3-Point Goals Made ............................ 11-Floyd Patterson vs.Selma,1991-1992

................................................. 17 vs. Lincoln Memorial, 1992-1993

3-Point Attempts ......................... 24-Robert Kistner vs. W. Georgia, 1990-1991

3-Point Goal Attempts ..................... 59 vs. West Georgia, 1990-1991

3-Point Goal % ...................... 100.0-Barry Randler vs. Flager (7-7), 1987-1988

SINGLE SEASON

SINGLE SEASON

Offensive Average ................................................93.9 in 1970-1971

Total Points ......................................... 652-Dave Harvey, 1969-1970

Defensive Average ................................................59.9 in 1981-1982

Scoring Average .............................. 26.1-Fred Hughston, 1955-1956

Rebound Average .................................................48.4 in 1972-1973

Total Rebounds.................................. 399-Larry Cantrell, 1969-1970

Field Goal Percentage ........................................ 49.63 in 1987-1988

Rebound Average ............................. 17.5-Larry Cantrell, 1969-1970

Free Throw Percentage .........................................72.8 in 1981-1982

FG’s Attempted ............................... 563-Charles Jackson,1973-1974

Most Games Won ................................................... 21 in 1970-1971

FG’s Made ........................................... 268-Dave Harvey, 1969-1970

Most Games Lost .................................................... 22 in 2003-2004

FG Percentage .......... 60.4 (177-293) -James McClendon, 1993-1994

Best Won-Lost Percentage ...................................... 84 in 1970-1971

FT’s Attempted .....................................233- Oscar Davis,1967-1968

Consecutive Games Won ........................................ 13 in 1970-1971

FT’s Made ......................................... 172-Walter Holman,1964-1965

Consecutive Games Lost ......................................... 10 in 1976-1977

FT Percentage (Min. 75) .......... 90.1 (82-91) -Randy Terry,1980-1981

Consecutive GSC Wins ............................................. 7 in 1981-1982

Consecutive FT’s .......................................28-Randy Terry,198-1981

Consecutive Home Court Wins ................................ 10 in 1980-1981

Assists ..............................................275-Butch Stafford, 1969-1970

Most Assists ..........................................................545 in 1973-1974

Assists Average ................................10.2-Butch Stafford, 1969-1970

Average Steals ................................................... 10.27 in 1998-1999

Steals ................................................. 62-Wink Woodard,1995-1996

Blocked Shots .......................................................150 in 1993-1994

Steals Average ...............2.38 (26 games) -Wink Woodard,1995-1996

Average Blocked Shots .........................................5.55 in 1993-1994

Blocked Shots ................................... 101 Daryl Thomas, 1993-1994

3 Point Goals Made ...............................................241 in 1999-2000

Blocked Shots Average ..................3.66 (99) -Mike Flynn, 1987-1988

.............................................................................241 in 1992-1993

3-Point FG’s Made ............................... 126-Steve Brown, 1999-2000

3-Point Goal Attempts ............................................749 in 2002-2003

3-Point FG’s Attempts .......................... 362-Steve Brown, 1999-2000

3-Point Goal Percentage .......................................40.8 in 1992-1993

3-Point FG Pct. .....................48.8 (61-125)-Calvin Brown, 1990-1991

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WEST ALABAMA BASKETBALL INDIVIDUAL CAREER RECORDS GAMES PLAYED

FREE THROW PERCENTAGE

ASSISTS

1.

Will Cotchery (1979-83) ................... 110

Minimum 100 Attempts

1.

Will Cotchery (1979-83) ................... 597

2.

Jared Hembree (2003-07) ................ 108

1.

Randy Terry (1980-82) .................. 85.79

2.

Otis Adams (1983-87) ...................... 487

3.

Bruce Hamilton (1986-90) ................ 107

2.

Jared Hembree (2003-07) ............. 85.51

3.

Charlie Abrams (1985-89) ................ 432

4.

Otis Adams (1983-87) ...................... 106

3.

LaRue Griffin (1993-94) ................ 83.03

4.

Cadarrall Eddings (2000-04) ............ 328

Charlie Abrams (1985-89) ................ 106

4.

Will Cotchery (1979-83) ................ 80.01

5.

Butch Stafford (1969-72) .................. 276

5.

Leo Robertson (1983-87) ................. 105

5.

Floyd Patterson (1991-93) ............ 79.50

Bobby Bryant (1995-99) ................... 105 3-POINT ATTEMPTS

BLOCKED SHOTS

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS

1.

Jared Hembree (2003-07) ................ 913

1.

Mike Flynn (1986-89) ....................... 277

1.

Leo Robertson (1983-87) .............. 1,085

2.

Steve Brown (1998-00) .................... 529

2.

Darryl Thomas (1982-84) ................. 174

2.

Perry Smith (1978-82) .................. 1,059

3.

Floyd Patterson (1991-93) ............... 444

3.

James McClendon (1992-94) ............ 127

3.

Will Cotchery (1979-83) ................ 1,044

4.

Robert Kistner (1998-91) ................. 363

4.

Tony Andre’ (1978-81) ....................... 92

4.

Efell Williams (1973-77) ................... 992

5.

Barry Randles (1986-88) .................. 328

5.

Cheyenne Jones (1976-79) ................ 56

5.

Charles Jackson (1972-74) .............. 991 3-POINT FIELD GOALS

POINTS SCORED

FIELD GOALS MADE

1.

Jared Hembree (2003-07) ................ 371

1.

1.

Perry Smith (1976-90) ..................... 540

2.

Floyd Patterson (1991-93) ............... 186

2.

Perry Smith (1976-80) .................. 1,356

2.

Will Cotchery (1979-83) ................... 532

3.

Steve Brown (1998-00) .................... 184

3.

Jared Hembree (2003-07) ............. 1,247

3.

Chetenne Jones (1976-79) ............... 491

4.

Robert Kistner (1987-91) ................. 135

4.

Tony Andre’ (1978-81) .................. 1,226

4.

Tony Andre’ (1978-81) ..................... 460

5.

Barry Randles (1986-88) .................. 134

5.

Cheyenne Jones (1976-79) ........... 1,163

5.

Dave Harvey (1968-70) .................... 452

Will Cotchery (1979-83) ................ 1,452

3-POINT PERCENTAGE

SCORING AVERAGE

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE

Minimum 50 Attempts

1.

Oscar Davis (1966-68) .................... 21.9

Minimum 400 Attempts

1.

Richard Sirju (2009) ....................... 45.7

2.

Dave Harvey (1968-70) ................... 21.6

1.

James McClendon (1992-94) ......... 58.49

2.

Calvin Brown (1989-91) .................. 45.0

3.

Bob Drake (1968-71) ...................... 19.6

2.

Tony Andre’ (1978-81) .................. 57.79

3.

Alquan Mendenhall (2009-pres.) ...... 44.7

4.

Charles Jackson (1972-74) ............. 18.8

3.

Jason Swanson (2008-09) ............. 53.90

4.

Jay-Jay Brown (1987-89) ................ 44.1

5.

Floyd Patterson (1991-93) .............. 18.5

4.

Vince McCaskey (1985-89) ........... 53.05

5.

Chris Davis (2008-09) ..................... 43.2

5.

Ray Orange (1971-72, 75-76) ........ 51.09 Lemuel Boyette (1970-74) ............. 51.09 REBOUNDS

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS

1.

Michael Flynn (1986-89) .................. 870

1.

Will Cotchery (1979-83) ................... 472

2.

Larry Cantrell (1968-70)................... 785

2.

Tony Andre’ (1978-81) ..................... 437

3.

Cheyenne Jones (1976-79) .............. 746

3.

Oscar Davis (1966-68) ..................... 436

4.

Tony Andre’ (1978-81) ..................... 706

4.

Bob Drake (1968-71) ....................... 369

5.

Perry Smith (1976-80) ..................... 536

5.

Perry Smith (1976-80) ..................... 341 REBOUND AVERAGE

FREE THROWS MADE

1.

Larry Cantrell (1968-70)................ 16.35

1.

Will Cotchery (1979-83) ................... 388

2.

Howard Shannon (1970-72) .......... 11.52

2.

Tony Andre’ (1978-81) ..................... 306

3.

Mike Flynn (1986-89) .................... 10.88

3.

Oscar Davis (1966-68) ..................... 290

4.

Oscar Davis (1966-68) .................... 9.96

4.

Bob Drake (1968-71) ....................... 280

5.

Cheyenne Jones (1976-79) ............. 9.82

5.

Perry Smith (1976-80) ..................... 276

2011-12 RECORD BOOK


WEST ALABAMA BASKETBALL ALL-GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE PERFORMERS FIRST TEAM ALL-GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE

1988-89 ...................................................................... Rick Reedy

1971-72 .................................................................. Butch Stafford

GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

........................................................................... Howard Shannon

1971-72 .................................................................. Butch Stafford

1977-78 ........................................................... Rodney McKeever

1981-82 ....................................................................Will Cotchery

1978-79 ..............................................................Cheyenne Jones

1992-93 ................................................................Floyd Patterson

1979-80 ...................................................................... Perry Smith 1980-81 ...................................................................... Tony Andre’

GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE FRESHMAN OF THE YEAR

..................................................................................Will Cotchery

1980-81 ............................................................... Dennis Williams

1981-82 ...................................................................Willi Cotchery

1999-00 ...............................................................Randy Crawford

............................................................................... Marvin Wesley

2000-01 ............................................................... Khamari Ballard

................................................................................... Randy Terry

2002-03 .............................................................. Brandon Neloms

1982-83 ....................................................................Will Cotchery 1983-84 ......................................................................Harry Puller

GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

1986-87 ....................................................................... Mike Flynn

Four-year transfer or junior college transfer

1987-88 ..............................................................Robert Bendolph

1991-92 ................................................................Floyd Patterson

................................................................................. Wayne Sears

1992-93 ........................................................... James McClendon

1988-89 ....................................................................... Mike Flynn

.................................... Award discontinued after 1994-95 season

1991-92 ................................................................Floyd Patterson

FORMER BASKETBALL TIGERS IN UWA ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME

1992-93 ................................................................Floyd Patterson 1993-94 ........................................................... James McClendon 1995-96 ................................................................Derrick Pickens

Name

1996-97 ............................................................... Norvie Womack

Jack Jones (1947-51) .................................................................................. 1981

1997-98 ............................................................... Taurus Bradford

M.K. Turk (1962-64)..................................................................................... 1982

1999-200 .................................................................. Steve Brown

Fred Hughston (1953-57) ............................................................................ 1984

2001-02 .................................................................. Richard Stone

Pop Wagoner (1945-49) .............................................................................. 1984

2008-09 ............................................................... Jason Swanson

Elton Reece (1970-72) ................................................................................ 1986

2009-10 ............................................................... Jason Swanson

Butch Stafford (1968-72) ............................................................................. 1987

2010-11........................................................... Alquan Mendenhall

Milton Johnson (1951-53) ............................................................................ 1992

Year Inducted

Jack Powell (1966-72, Head Coach) ........................................................... 2000 SECOND TEAM ALL-GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE

Bob Drake (1968-71) ................................................................................... 2000

1973-74 .............................................................. Charles Jackson 1976-77 ..............................................................Cheyenne Jones 1977-78 ..............................................................Cheyenne Jones 1978-79 ...................................................................... Tony Andre’ 1993-94 ........................................................... James McClendon 1998-99 .................................................................... Steve Brown 2004-05 ......................................................................... Ty Mathis 2005-06 ........................................................................... Stan Gill GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT MVP 1982..........................................................................Will Cotchery GULF SOUTH CONFERENCE COACH OF THE YEAR 1971-72 ......................................................................Jack Powell 1980-81 ....................................................................... Ed Murphy 1981-82 ....................................................................... Ed Murphy

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WEST ALABAMA BASKETBALL TEAM SUPERLATIVES UWA’s 100-Point Games

Gulf Coast Christian (11/23/96) .................... 123-92

UWA’s 100-Point GSC Games

Mississippi College (1/28/67)........................ 108-68

Lane College (1/23/97) ................................. 110-92

Florence State (1/30/67) ............................... 104-91

Spring Hill (1967-68)..................................... 102-85

Valdosta State (1/17/98) ............................... 100-91

Florence State (1967-68).............................. 109-74

Samford (1967-68) .......................................111-88

Concordia-Selma (1/31/05) .......................... 106-94

Florence State (1968-69).............................. 100-80

Florence State (1967-68).............................. 109-74

West Georgia (1/16/06) ................................ 102-81

Florence State (1/22/70) ................................111-82

Millsaps (1967-68) ........................................ 108-81

Concordia-Selma (2/15/06) .......................... 119-83

West Georgia (1988-89) ............................... 103-86

Huntingdon (1967-68)................................... 102-84

Southeastern Bible College (2/4/09)............. 106-71

Southern Arkansas (11/27/92) ..................... 115-111

Florence State (1968-69).............................. 100-80

Southeastern Bible College (1/9/10)............. 107-61

Henderson State (2/11/95) ......................... 105-103

St. Benard (1968-69) .................................... 119-94

Concordia College (11/18/10) ....................... 104-65

Valdosta State (1/17/98) ............................... 100-91

Huntingdon (1968-69)................................... 103-89

Opponent 100-Point Games

West Georgia (1/16/06) ................................ 102-81

Huntingdon (1968-69).................................. 110-92

Belhaven (11/29/66) ..................................... 102-92

Mississippi College (12/1/69)...................... 160-146

Florence State (1/30/67) ............................... 104-91

Montevallo (12/6/69) ..................................... 100-91

Samford (12/17/66)....................................... 105-85

GSC Opponents 100-Point Games

Huntingdon (12/8/69) .................................... 101-87

Athens (2/4/67) ............................................. 108-76

UAH (12/14/79)............................................. 104-83

Florence State (1/22/70) ................................111-82

Jacksonville State (2/14/67) ......................... 103-99

Delta State (2/19/87) .................................... 101-72

Jacksonville State (1/31/70) ......................... 103-97

Troy State (2/18/67) ...................................... 100-91

West Georgia (2/4/91) .................................. 104-97

Mississippi College (2/12/70)...................... 133-113

Athens (1966-67) .......................................... 104-94

North Alabama (1991-92) ............................. 114-87

St. Bernard (11/28/70) .................................. 115-88

William Carey (1967-68) ............................... 101-96

West Georgia (2/10/97) .............................. 103-100

William Carey (12/8/70) ................................ 100-88

Mississippi College (1967-68) ...................... 102-91

West Florida (2/4/02) .................................... 100-89

Jacksonville State (1/9/71) ......................... 121-100

St. Bernard (1967-68) ................................... 102-97

West Georgia (2/22/02) ................................ 101-79

Athens (2/4/71) ............................................. 102-85

Mississippi College (1967-68) .....................111-104

North Alabama (2/10/07) .............................. 109-85

Mississippi College (2/9/71).......................... 112-94

William Carey (1967-68) ............................... 101-77

Only Current GSC Teams listed

St. Bernard (1970-71) ................................... 104-73

St. Bernard (1968-69) ................................... 108-99

Troy State (1970-71) .................................... 113-86

Jacksonville State (1968-69) ...................... 119-109

UWA’s Biggest Wins

Jacksonville State (1/6/72) ............................111-81

Huntingdon (1/17/70) .................................. 113-100

Opponent

Athens (1/11/72) ........................................... 100-92

Jackson State (1970-71) ............................ 104-102

Selma (1991-92)

122-61

+61

Troy State (1/25/72) ...................................... 134-98

St. Bernard (1973-74) ................................... 108-95

West Georgia (2/13/93)

113-58

+55

Jacksonville State (2/1/72) .......................... 113-111

Mississippi College (1973-74) ...................... 107-90

Southeastern Bible (12/7/07) 90-36

+54

Spring Hill (2/5/72) ........................................ 107-98

William Carey (1976-77) ............................. 103-100

Southeastern Bible (1/9/10) 107-61

+46

Millsaps (1972-73) ........................................ 101-99

UAH (12/14/79)............................................. 104-83

Baptist Christian (1988-89)

104-60

+44

UAB (1972-73).............................................. 106-68

Delta State (2/19/87) .................................... 101-72

Selma (11/28/94)

100-59

+41

Athens (1973-74) .......................................... 108-95

Mississippi College (1988-89) ...................... 102-79

Wesley College (11/15/05)

88-47

+41

Jacksonville State (1/31/78) ......................... 113-81

William Carey (12/11/89) .............................. 112-84

Clark Atlanta (12/2/05)

94-53

+41

Baptist Christian (1988-89) ........................... 104-60

Jacksonville State (2/17/90) ......................... 107-99

Mississippi College (1/28/67) 108-68

+40

West Georgia (1988-89) ............................... 103-86

West Georgia (2/4/91) .................................. 104-97

Concordia College (11/18/10) 104-65

+39

Mississippi College (1988-89) ...................... 103-97

North Alabama (1991-92) ............................. 114-87

Troy State (1/25/72)

134-98

+36

Xavier (2/27/90) ............................................ 105-82

Jacksonville State (1991-92) ........................ 107-88

Concordia-Selma (2/15/06) 119-83

+36

Selma University (11/30/90) ......................... 105-68

West Georgia (2/10/97) .............................. 103-100

Florence State (1967-68)

109-74

+35

Selma University (1991-92) ........................ 125-105

Southern-New Orleans (11/3/98) .................. 104-96

Miles College (1991-92)

89-54

+35

Selma University (1991-92) .......................... 122-61

Mississippi (12/7/98) ..................................... 101-68

Miles College (1/11/93)

85-50

+35

Baptist Christian (1991-92) ........................... 103-98

Western Kentucky (12/15/01) ....................... 103-40

Southeastern Bible (2/4/09) 106-71

+35

Southern Arkansas (11/27/92) ..................... 115-111

West Florida (2/4/02) .................................... 100-89

Selma (11/19/01)

81-47

+34

West Georgia (2/13/93) ................................ 113-58

West Georgia (2/22/02) ................................ 101-79

Jacksonville State (1/31/78) 113-81

+32

Jacksonville State (2/22/93) ......................... 101-86

North Alabama (2/10/07) .............................. 109-85

St. Bernard (1070-71)

104-73

+31

Winona State (11/22/93) ............................... 104-96

Carson Newman (11/29/08).......................... 109-93

Rust College (1991-92)

93-62

+31

Only Current GSC Teams listed

Score

Margin

Selma University (11/28/94) ......................... 100-59

Selma (12/4/95)

91-60

+31

Henderson State (2/11/95) ......................... 105-103

Stillman (11/23/82)

95-65

+30

2011-12 RECORD BOOK


WEST ALABAMA BASKETBALL UWA COACHING RECORDS SEASON 1956-57 1957-58 1958-59 1959-60 1960-61 1961-62 1962-63 1963-64 1964-65 1965-66 1966-67 1967-68 1968-69 1969-70 1970-71 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 1974-75 1975-76 1976-77 1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-00 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11

OVERALL YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS RECORD 11-10 7-10 6-16 6-14 7-14 6-16 4-17 11-13 8-15 8-16 9-15 10-19 12-12 16-11 21-4 15-8 12-11 10-16 5-20 7-19 10-16 18-8 15-11 14-12 19-9 20-10 18-9 9-19 8-19 9-18 13-13 18-9 17-10 11-17 6-21 14-13 17-9 19-9 11-15 9-17 17-11 18-9 12-14 8-18 8-17 11-15 8-20 5-22 14-13 13-14 10-17 10-17 13-15 13-14 11-15

HEAD COACH Jack Jones Jack Jones Jack Jones Jack Jones Jack Jones Jack Jones Jack Jones Travis Clark Travis Clark Jack Jones Jack Powell Jack Powell Jack Powell Jack Powell Jack Powell Jack Powell Jim Tolson Gary Elliot Gary Elliot Gary Elliot Ken Brackett Ken Brackett Ed Murphy Ed Murphy Ed Murphy Ed Murphy Ed Murphy Steve Dodd Rick Reedy Rick Reedy Rick Reedy Rick Reedy Rick Reedy Rick Reedy Rick Reedy Rick Reedy Rick Reedy Rick Reedy Rick Reedy Rick Reedy Rick Reedy Rick Reedy Rick Reedy Rick Reedy Rick Reedy Rick Reedy Rick Reedy Rick Reedy Rick Reedy Rick Reedy Rick Reedy Eddie McCarter Eddie McCarter Eddie McCarter Eddie McCarter

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WEST ALABAMA BASKETBALL WEST ALABAMA ALL-TIME BASKETBALL ROSTER A Abrams, Charlie .................1985-89 Acker, Jacob ........................present Adams, David .....................1956-57 Adams, Otis .......................1983-87 Addison, Jerome ................1980-82 Andre’, Tony .......................1978-81 Appiah, Ibrahim ........................ 2011 Arnold, Tommy ...................1989-91 Arrington, Saeed ................1995-97 Asbury, Eric ........................1999-00 Award, George ...................1970-72 B Baker, Joseph ....................2003-05 Ballard, Khamari ................2000-01 Barker, Ross ......................1975-76 Barnes, Charlie ..................1979-81 Barnes, Chuck ...................1991-94 Barnes, Willie .....................1982-83 Barr, Brandon .....................1994-96 Baseemah, Atiyyah ............1999-00 Bearden, Edgar ..................1975-77 Beavers, Korielle .................2009-11 Belcher, Kyle ...................2011-pres. Bendolph, Robert ...............1986-88 Bentley, Mike.......................2006-07 Best, Raymond ..................1964-65 Billings, Michael ..................2006-08 Bivins, Antoine ...................1998-99 Bizilia, Wes ........................1956-60 Blakely, Darren ...................1990-91 Bland, Dameion ..................2010-11 Bohanan, Jim .....................1983-85 Bohannon, Hiram ............... 1964-65 Bolar, James ...................... 1996-97 Booker, Darrion ....................present Boone, Gene ...................... 1964-65 Bosley, Aaron ..................... 1999-00 Bowen, Tommy ...................1969-71 Bowlin, Scott ......................1979-80 Boyd, Ben ..........................1982-84 Boyett, Lemuel ...................1970-73 Bradberry, Cecil ................. 1962-63 Bradford, Taurus ................1996-98 Britt, Gene ..........................1972-73 Brothers, Donnie ................ 1984-86 Brown, Calvin ..................... 1989-91 Brown, Charles .................. 1983-84 Brown, Courtney ................2003-06 Brown, Jay-Jay ..................1987-89 Brown, Jeff ...........................2002-0 Brown, Jerry .......................2004-06 Brown, Jimmy ....................1957-60 Brown, Robert ....................1998-99 Brown, Steve ......................1998-00

Bryant, Bobby ....................1995-99 Bryant, Gary .......................1963-64 Bunch, Eddie...................... 1969-70 Bunton, Jenario ...................2006-07 Buonocore, Jimmy ............. 1957-60 Burris, Gerald .....................2000-01 Burrison, James ................. 1975-76 Burton, Abe ............. 1974-75, 76-77 Byrd, Jerry .........................1981-84 C Cain, Mario ........................1998-99 Callahan, Jimmy ................1961-62 Cameron, Alvin ...................1980-81 Campbell, James ...............1956-58 Cantrell, Larry ....................1967-70 Carr, Tom ...........................1972-73 Carter, Bob .........................1960-63 Casey, Anthony ..................1982-84 Chafin, Bobby ....................1966-67 Childers, Joseph .................2005-07 Clark, Bobby ............................2008 Clark, Joe ...........................1956-58 Clark, Travis .......................1958-61 Clements, Hal ....................1972-74 Cole, Carlos .......................2004-06 Coleman, Dominque ................2009 Coleman, Trevell .................2010-11 Coleman, Toby ...................2004-06 Coley, Jerry ........................1958-59 Connor, Donnie ..................1965-67 Cook, Eddie .......................1997-98 Cooper, Jordan ..................1958-59 Cornelius, Brandon ............2000-04 Cotchery, Will .....................1079-83 Cotten, Frank .....................1957-60 Covington, Billy ..................1975-76 Cox, James ........................1976-78 Cox, Mark .......................... 1984-86 Coxwell, Larry ......... 1967-68, 69-70 Crawford, James ................ 1977-79 Crawford, Randy ................1999-03 Crume, Jimmy ....................1972-73 Curry, Chucky ......................present D Daley, Joe ...........................2005-07 Daley, K’Shaun ...............2005-2007 Daniels, Larry .....................1977-79 Datcher, Elton ....................1985-87 Davidson, William ..............1998-99 Davis, Chris ........................2009-10 Davis, Darryl ......................1981-82 Davis, Isaac ....................... 1994-95 Davis, Kyric ........................1993-95 Davis, Oscar ......................1966-68 Davis, Stephen ...................1993-95

Davis, Wendell ................... 2001-02 Dial, Buddy ........................1962-66 Dixon, Richard ......................... 2011 Dolor, Jackson ...................1995-96 Dotson, Vernest .................1990-92 Drake, Bob .........................1967-71 Draper, Eric ........................1998-99 Durant, Malcolm .................1995-96 Durham, Larry ....................1968-70 Duty, Harry .........................1968-69 E Eatmon, Joe ........................2005-07 Eddings, Cadarrall .............2000-04 Elliot, Bill ............................1968-69 Escobar, Cisco ...................1968-69 Eubanks, Anthony .............. 1983-84 Evans, Montero .................. 1996-98 Espey, Bobby .....................1967-69 F Faile, Drew ......................2011-pres. Faulkner, Arthur ..................1998-00 Faulkner, Hicks .................. 1963-64 Feagan, Victor ....................1997-98 Fenton, Courtney ...............1980-81 Firven, Carl ........................1985-87 Fitch, Ryan ......................2010-pres. Flowers, General ................1989-90 Flynn, Mike ........................ 1986-89 Friday, Steve ...................... 1964-68 G Gainer, Kyle .......................2003-05 Gaines, Otis ....................... 1999-02 Galbreath, Duane ............... 1972-74 Garrett, Gary ......................1964-65 Gates, Wayne ....................1975-76 Gates, Deshario ....................... 2011 George, Tony .....................1984-85 Gibney, Bob .......................1962-64 Gibson, James ................... 1982-84 Gill. Stanley.........................2005-07 Gillom, Greg .......................1993-94 Godwin, Bill ........................1967-69 Goldman, Andrew............... 1987-88 Goldsby, Bob ......................1969-70 Golseth, Chad ....................1992-93 Goods, Ronnie ...................1985-88 Gragg, Nic ..........................2002-04 Gray, Alphonso ................... 1981-82 Green, Reggie ....................1975-79 Green, Solomon .................2000-01 Greenwod, Issac ................2003-04 Griffin, LaRue .....................1993-94 Griffin, Jonathan..................2009-11 Griffin, Michael ................... 1995-97 Guynes, David ...................1965-66

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H Haley, Jeffrey .....................1995-96 Hall, Lucas ..........................2009-10 Hall, Michael ...................... 1981-83 Halt, James ........................1966-68 Hambrick, Larry...................1989-91 Hamilton, Bruce ................. 1986-90 Hamilton, Eric..................... 1989-91 Hampton, Brandon ..............2009-10 Hardnett, Anthony .............. 1997-99 Harris, Melvin ......................1988-90 Harris, Theotis.................... 1987-88 Harris, Vincent ...................1991-92 Hartness, Calvin .................1972-76 Harvey, Dave .....................1968-70 Hatcher, David ...................1961-62 Hatchett, Adrian .................2000-01 Hauge, Eugene ..................2962-63 Hearnes, Edgar .................. 1970-71 Heidelberg, Marcus ..............present Hembree, Jared .................2003-07 Hembree, Jay......................2006-07 Henderson, Jerry ...............1965-67 Herring, Ronnie ..................1973-76 Hill, Michael .......................1988-90 Hill, Sam ............................ 1980-81 Holley, Wilson ....................1972-74 Holman, Walter ..................1964-66 Hoover, Steve .................... 1989-93 Huff, Shawn .......................1991-93 Hughston, Fred ..................1956-58 Hughston, Sam ..................1958-62 Humbers, Logan ......................2010 Hutchings, Joseph .............1990-91 Hutto, Mike .........................1967-71 J Jackson, Butch ...................1964-65 Jackson, Charles ...............1972-74 Jackson, Michael .................present Jackson, Sterling ................1974-75 James, Reynaldo ...............1999-03 Jefferson, Kent ...................1984-85 Jenkins, Ricky ....................1978-80 Johnson, Kevin ........................2008 Jones, Cheyenne ...............1975-79 Jones, Gary ........................1975-79 Jones, Jimmy .....................1990-92 Jones, Joe .........................1989-90 Jones, Robert..................... 1998-00 Jones, Scotty ..................... 1998-00 Jones, Kent ........................ 1983-85 Joseph, Kendall .................2003-04 K Keenan, Mike .....................1967-69 Kelley, Buck .......................1966-67


WEST ALABAMA BASKETBALL WEST ALABAMA ALL-TIME BASKETBALL ROSTER Kelley, Ed..............................1963-64 Kelley, Harold .......................1968-72 Kelly, Jimmy......................... 1958-60 Kennedy, Fitzgerald ............ 1981-82 King, Demarcus ...................2007-08 Kinny, Fressie .....................1958-59 Kistner, Robert ....................1987-91 Knight, Layton..................2005-2008 Kreitein, Bill .........................1960-63 Kulp, Ken ............................1966-68 L Lane, Gary ..........................1965-67 Laneair, Raspanti ................2002-03 Lewis, Billy .......................... 1956-57 Lewis, Bobby ...................... 1978-79 Lewis LeBarron................... 1996-98 Lockhart, Porter ...................1972-73 Long, Wayne ......................1965-68 Liker, Don ........................... 1960-61 Lyles, Mike ..........................1970-71 M Mains, Herman ......................... 2009 Malone, Chris ..................2007-2008 Malone, Herb ......................1990-92 Marshall, Tony .................... 1977-79 Martin, Mike ........................1972-73 Martin, Mitchell ....................1967-68 Mason, Shawn .......................... 2010 Mathis, Ty ...........................2003-05 Mayatt, Greg .......................1964-66 Mazique, MD ...................... 2004-05 McAdory, Eric .....................1993-96 McCaskey, Vincent ............. 1985-89 McClendon, James .............1992-94 McCullough, Ricky ..............1972-74 McDonald, Bobby .........1957, 59-61 McFarland, John ................. 1973-74 McFarland, Mike ................. 1971-75 McGaha, Allen ...................... present McGee, Jimmy ....................1962-63 McGehee, Rudy.................. 1964-66 McIntosh, Marcus ...............2002-03 McKeever, Rodney ............. 1977-78 McKinley, Joe .....................1881-82 McKinney, Jimmy................ 1957-58 Mendenhall, Alquan ............. 2010-11 Miles, Glenn.............................. 2008 Mijatovis, Tomislav ..............1995-99 Minor, Jodie .........................1998-00 Mitchell, Jazmin ..................2001-02 Mitchell, Paul ............................ 2011 Mixon, Wesley .................... 1984-86 Moore, Brad ........................ 1975-77 Moore, Ron .........................1974-76 Moore, Willie ........................2005-07 Moorer, Mike .......................1980-82

Morris, Phillip ........................ present Morris, Joe ..........................1057-59 Mosley, Jon .........................2001-03 Mosley, Mike ....................... 1986-87 Mott, V. L. ........................... 1965-66 Murphy, Bob ....................... 1956-59 Murphy, Brian ......................2007-10 Murphy, Kevin ..................... 2004-06 N Nance, Jamaine........................ 2009 Nash, Raymond .................. 1991-92 Naylor, Maurice......................... 2008 N’diaye, Abdoulaye ..............2006-08 Ndefo, Ejikeme ......................... 2008 Neloms, Brandon ................ 2002-03 Nelson, Eddie .....................1964-65 Nelson, Humberto............... 1996-97 Nettles, Henry ..................... 1959-60 Newman, Bob ..................... 1961-63 Newkirk, Darrell .................. 1967-68 Nix, Cliff .............................. 1997-99 Norman, Caleb ......................... 2008 Norris, Charlie .....................1962-63 Norris, Tommy ....................2001-02 O Offem, Wofai .......................2001-03 O’Mire, Mike .......................1974-75 Opal, Greg ..........................1979-80 Orange, Ray ............ 1971-72, 75-76 Outland, Clarence ...............1969-72 P Parker, James .....................1961-62 Patterson, Floyd ................. 1991-93 Patterson, Jimmy ................ 1961-64 Payne, Charles ................... 1969-70 Payton, Cavin ........................... 2008 Peeples, Bobby .................. 1960-61 Pennington, Ward ............... 1059-63 Perry, Mark .........................1971-72 Person, Brett............................. 2011 Peterson, Ira ....................... 1991-93 Phillips, Fred ....................... 1970-72 Pickins, Derrick ................... 1994-96 Pinion, Ralph ...................... 1959-62 Plainer, Robert .................... 1987-90 Poe, Jonathan ....................2001-03 Poellnitz, Durand ................ 1958-59 Pope, Bill ............................ 1966-68 Powe, Corey ....................... 1992-94 Powell, Derric ..................... 1991-93 Pratt, Michael...................... 1992-94 Preston, Steve .................... 1977-79 Pridgeon, Charles ............... 1961-63 Priest, Dan .......................... 1956-58 Prim, Lonnie ....................... 1971-72 Privett, Bill ...........................1965-67

Prowell, Veorice .................. 1979-80 Puller, Harry ........................ 1982-84 R Randles, Barry .................... 1986-88 Reece, Elton ....................... 1969-72 Reed, Charles..................... 1982-83 Rice, Eric ............................ 1993-94 Rice, Van .............................1990-91 Ripple, Kyle ........................ 2001-02 Robbins, Bill........................ 1962-64 Roberts, Don ...................... 1956-57 Robertson, Leo ................... 1983-87 Robinson, Leo .................... 1991-93 Robinson, Lowery ................1958-60 Robinson, Waudelle ...........1958-59 Roden, Tyler ........................2007-08 Rogers, Robert ...................1968-69 Rollins, Walter ....................1997-99 Ruffin, Adam .......................2003-05 Russell, Kenneth ................1973-74 S Sadler, Greg ....................... 1970-71 Sadler, Marty ...................... 1968-71 Sanders, Billy ...........1968-69, 70-71 Scott, Corbin ....................... 1960-62 Scott, Daniel ........................2008-09 Seabon, Eric .......................1996-98 Sears, Wayne .....................1987-88 Shannon, Howard ............... 1970-72 Shaw, Raymond ..................2005-07 Sheffield, Dalton .................1964-66 Shipp, Tom.......................... 1971-72 Shoemaker, Richard ........... 1963-66 Sims, Steven ...................... 2000-02 Sirju, Richard ............................ 2010 Skipper, Kevin..................... 1995-96 Smith, Perry ........................1976-80 Smith, Victor ....................... 1995-96 Snider, Mark ....................... 1976-79 Spears, David .....................1989-90 Spears, Josh......................... present Spraglin, Terrence .............. 1984-85 Stafford, Butch .................... 1969-72 Starr, Mike ..........................1956-57 Stephens, Cedric ................ 1989-91 Stephens, Cliff ....................1979-80 Stephens, Pat ..................... 1999-01 Sterling, Llewellyn............... 2002-03 Stewart, Randy ................... 1975-76 Stone, Dale ......................... 1966-68 Stone, Richard .................... 2000-03 Stone, S.L. ..........................1960-61 Stowers, Tyrone.................. 1991-92 Stucky, Scott .......................1995-98 Sullivan, John ..................... 1976-77 Swanson, Jason ..................2009-10

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T Terry, Randy ....................... 1980-82 Thomas, Darryl ................... 1982-84 Thomas, Derrell ..................1956-58 Thomas, James .................. 1964-65 Thompson, Marino.................... 2011 Thornton, Aundra ................ 1979-80 Todd, J.D. ........................... 2003-04 Tolbert, Ken ........................ 1985-86 Travis, Alvin ........................ 1992-95 Travis, Eddie ....................... 1974-75 Traweek, George ................ 1961-64 Turk, M.K. ...........................1962-64 Turman, David ....................1982-83 Turner, Lee ......................... 1974-78 Turner, Rodney ................... 2000-01 V Vaughn, Tommy .................. 1984-85 Vinson, Andrey ................... 1984-85 Vreeland, Roy ..................... 1967-68 W Walker, Willie ...................... 1981-83 Walton, Joe ......................... 1965-67 Ward, Kareem .....................2004-06 Washington, Byron ............. 1988-90 Washington, Herb ............... 1983-84 Watson, Debore .................. 1993-95 Watson, Richard ................. 1965-68 Webb, Ronnie ..................... 1962-65 Wesley, Marvin ....................1978-82 Whitaker, Riley................... 1960, 62 White, Paul .........................1983-84 Williams, Dennis ................. 1980-82 Williams, Efell ..................... 1973-77 Williams, Frank ................... 1979-81 Williams, Jimmy .................. 1966-67 Williams, John .................... 1979-81 Williams, Shelley ................ 1975-79 Williams, Steve ................... 1967-69 Williams, Tray ........................... 2009 Wilson, Jerome ................... 1994-95 Winn, William ...................... 1988-90 Winson, Larry .....................1961-63 Winters, Patrick ...................2006-07 Womack, Norvie ................. 1996-97 Woodard, Wink ................... 1994-96 Woolfolk, Jared ..................... present Wright, C.D. ........................1967-69 Z Zamanski, Richard ..............1968-69 Zeigler, Dave ...................... 1962-63


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1978-79 (15-11) Ed Murphy 12/1 Louisiana College 72-56 12/2 Mississippi College 50-51 12/7 Alabama A&M 67-68 12/9 Troy State 65-69 12/11 Alabama-Huntsville 72-71 12/12 Alabama A&M 78-73 12/18 Columbus College 97-73 12/20 Alabama-Huntsville 67-71 12/29 Spring Hill 89-87 12/30 William Carey 74-88 1/6 Tennessee Martin 92-70 1/8 North Alabama 85-79 1/13 Nicholls State 66-87 1/15 Southeastern Louisiana 82-71 1/18 Mississippi College 65-67 1/20 Delta State 91-81 1/27 Mississippi College 40-42 2/3 Jacksonville State 92-77 2/5 Troy State 77-70 2/7 Columbus College 83-68 2/10 Tennessee Martin 60-57 2/12 North Alabama 78-77 2/17 Nicholls State 71-79 2/19 Southeastern Louisiana 70-62 2/21 Jacksonville State 86-87 2/24 Delta State 90-97 1979-80 (14-12) Ed Murphy 11/30 North Georgia 83-68 12/1 Valdosta State 96-88 12/10 Dillard University 73-72 12/13 Alabama A&M 80-59 12/14 Alabama-Huntsville 83-104 12/29 Alabama A&M 78-69

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Jacksonville State Tennessee Martin North Alabama Alabama-Huntsville Alabama State Alabama State Southeastern Louisiana Troy State Delta State William Carey Alabama State Mississippi College William Carey Jacksonville State Troy State Mississippi College Tennessee Martin North Alabama Southeastern Louisiana Dillard University Delta State

74-66 69-74 75-96 61-59 72-91 72-91 54-50 85-69 49-61 86-69 64-71 68-70 68-62 80-97 78-68 74-75 71-67 68-69 63-65 94-85 69-77

1980-81 (19-9) Ed Murphy 11/28 Samford University 68-60 11/29 Alabama-Huntsville 55-63 12/4 Dillard University 70-78 12/6 Xavier University 68-64 12/18 Louisiana College 83-61 12/20 Memphis State 60-87 1/3 Alabama State 70-68 1/6 Xavier University 87-88 1/10 Jacksonville State 66-72 1/12 Troy State 56-57 1/14 Louisiana College 85-68 1/16 Tennessee Martin 72-66 1/19 Dillard University 90-63 1/21 William Carey 62-45 1/24 Tennessee Martin 72-58 1/26 North Alabama 64-79 1/29 Alabama State 69-59 1/31 Delta State 65-54 2/2 Alabama-Huntsville 60-56 2/3 William Carey 59-40 2/7 Mississippi College 58-49 2/9 Delta State 72-64 2/14 Jacksonville State 77-67 2/16 Mississippi College 66-53 2/18 Troy State 61-58 2/21 North Alabama 72-74 2/23 Mississippi College 65-63 2/25 Jacksonville State 76-94 1981-82 (20-10) Ed Murphy 12/3 Alabama-Huntsville 36-39 12/5 Memphis State 40-60 12/8 Birmingham Southern 58-55 12/11 Valdosta State 78-75 12/12 Auburn-Montgomery 38-75 12/15 Alabama State 76-85 12/19 Dillard University 64-56

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Southern-New Orleans Alabama State Birmingham Southern Tennessee-Martin North Alabama Troy State Jacksonville State Southern-New Orleans Mississippi College Delta State Alabama-Huntsville North Alabama Auburn-Montgomery Troy State Jacksonville State Mississippi College Delta State Dillard University Tennessee Martin Jacksonville State Tennessee Martin Biscayne College Florida Southern

53-56 69-66 70-59 41-40 60-57 57-53 82-57 59-57 66-62 76-66 40-44 54-52 66-70 69-70 65-59 49-48 40-41 72-66 62-57 78-69 49-47 75-72 79-86

Alabama at Huntsville 77-66 Athens State 70-72 (OT) Montevallo 66-63 at Tennessee at Martin 71-92 at North Alabama 58-80 Phillips College 73-69 (OT) Mississippi College 64-70 Delta State 87-91 (OT) Troy State 65-67 Valdosta State 77-72 Jacksonville State 74-85 at Montevallo 78-83 Tennessee at Martin 72-91 Jacksonville State 74-85 at Montevallo 78-83 Tennessee at Martin 72-91 North Alabama 78-77 Dillard 74-90 at Mississippi College 75-84 at Delta State 59-55 William Carey 82-89 at Troy State 66-92 at Valdosta State 82-83 at Jacksonville State 71-94 at North Alabama 68-85

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1982-83 (18-9) Ed Murphy 11/23 Stillman College 95-65 11/24 Montevallo 81-83 11/29 Montevallo 53-67 12/3 Southern-New Orleans 77-68 12/6 Stillman College 88-75 12/8 Alabama-Huntsville 45-41 12/29 Southern-New Orleans 84-78 12/30 Dillard University 57-71 1/4 Dillard University 73-61 1/8 Tennessee Martin 64-61 1/10 North Alabama 69-66 1/15 Mississippi College 53-52 1/17 Delta State 67-64 1/19 Alabama-Huntsville 75-63 1/22 Troy State 69-80 1/24 Valdosta State 77-78 1/26 Birmingham Southern 78-72 1/29 Jacksonville State 61-76 2/5 Tennessee Martin 65-76 2/7 North Alabama 63-58 2/9 Birmingham Southern 68-82 2/12 Mississippi State 72-64 2/14 Delta State 62-57 2/19 Troy State 62-57 2/21 Valdosta State 69-64 2/26 Jacksonville State 74-72 3/1 North Alabama 66-70 1983-84 (9-19) Steve Dodd at William Carey 50-52 Xavier (La.) 55-58 Tougaloo 65-58 at Athens State 59-58 Spring Hill College 88-81 at Dillard 74-80

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1984-85 (7-19) Rick Reedy 12/1 Western Kentucky 38-78 12/3 Spring Hill 66-64 12/5 Dillard University 72-77 12/8 North Alabama 43-70 12/10 Tennessee Martin 37-47 12/13 Phillips College 42-44 1/3 Montevallo 49-53 1/5 Troy State 74-84 1/7 Valdosta State 53-57 1/9 Alabama-Huntsville 53-56 1/12 Delta State 53-56 1/14 Mississippi College 63-60 1/17 Montevallo 52-57 1/19 Troy State 69-96 1/21 Valdosta State 55-92 1/24 Dillard University 79-77 1/26 Delta State 72-78 1/28 Mississippi College 36-40 1/31 Alabama-Huntsville 61-59 2/2 Jacksonville State 69-85 2/4 Tennessee Martin 50-48 2/9 West Georgia 59-70 2/16 North Alabama 74-72 2/18 West Georgia 59-70 2/20 Phillips College 68-53 2/23 Jacksonville State 50-83 2/27 Mississippi College 53-65

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WEST ALABAMA BASKETBALL ALL-TIME RESULTS 1985-86 (9-18) Rick Reedy 11/30 Tougaloo College 54-53 12/3 South Carolina State 65-69 12/6 William Carey 60-61 12/9 Dillard University 66-69 12/12 Stillman College 55-59 12/14 Tougaloo College 69-57 1/4 Delta State 71-82 1/6 Tennessee Martin 65-76 1/8 Troy State 60-68 1/11 Mississippi College 75-63 1/14 Montevallo 69-66 1/16 Jacksonville State 60-70 1/23 West Georgia 64-70 1/25 Valdosta State 70-79 1/27 Troy State 65-83 1/30 Montevallo 63-59 2/1 North Alabama 68-82 2/3 Tennessee Martin 71-74 2/5 Stillman College 75-59 2/6 William Carey 66-69 2/8 Valdosta State 70-68 2/10 Mississippi College 64-60 2/13 West Georgia 74-94 2/15 Delta State 60-85 2/17 North Alabama 60-70 2/19 Dillard University 76-66 2/22 Jacksonville State 69-75 1986-87 (13-13) Rick Reedy 12/1 Dillard University 72-87 12/5 Georgia Southwestern 76-79 12/6 Lambuth College 71-70 12/8 William Carey 98-81 12/11 Columbus College 94-93 1/3 Jacksonville State 72-78 1/6 William Carey 98-81 1/8 West Georgia 94-93 1/10 North Alabama 72-78 1/12 Delta State 76-83 1/15 Valdosta State 71-67 1/17 Columbus College 89-70 1/19 Mississippi College 80-71 1/21 Dillard University 93-72 1/24 Tennessee Martin 75-78 1/26 North Alabama 66-69 1/29 West Georgia 64-65 1/31 Valdosta State 89-90 2/2 Troy State 66-63 2/5 Jacksonville State 91-76 2/7 Montevallo 65-56 2/9 Montevallo 65-55 2/11 Troy State 86-84 2/16 Mississippi College 72-71 2/19 Delta State 72-101 2/21 Tennessee Martin 64-69 1987-88 (18-9) Rick Reedy 11/22 Edward Waters College 95-86 11/28 at Columbus College 82-68

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at Flagler College 86-68 at Webber College 90-91 (OT) Mile College 98-71 Baptist Christian 90-68 Tougaloo 80-58 at Troy State 85-87 (OT) at Valdosta State 87-97 (OT) Mississippi College 85-56 Tennessee at Martin 65-75 North Alabama 66-64 William Carey 89-73 at Jacksonville State 76-77 at West Georgia 92-98 at Delta State 76-70 Florida Memorial 94-70 Troy State 86-85 Valdosta State 71-75 at Tennessee at Martin 65-76 at North Alabama 80-84 at William Carey 88-79 Jacksonville State 90-82 West Georgia 79-63 Columbus College 79-74 at Mississippi College 72-68 Delta State 89-84

1988-89 (17-10) Rick Reedy Earl Paulk 98-93 Alabama-Huntsville 51-53 Baptist Christian 104-60 Columbus College 80-63 Miles College 94-71 William Carey 70-75 Valdosta State 56-55 Troy State 91-79 Earl Paulk 81-60 Mississippi College 79-102 North Alabama 58-72 Tennessee Martin 57-50 William Carey 80-59 West Georgia 80-78 Jacksonville State 71-69 Delta State 85-87 Valdosta State 72-67 Troy State 65-76 North Alabama 83-69 Tennessee Martin 72-70 Jacksonville State 70-85 West Georgia 103-86 Alabama-Huntsville 64-68 Mississippi College 103-97 Delta State 61-70 Troy State 82-75 Jacksonville State 74-85 1989-90 (11-17) Rick Reedy 11/24 Kennesaw College 69-60 11/25 Alabama-Huntsville 72-59 11/30 Spring Hill 64-53 12/2 Xavier University 83-74

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Spring Hill Alabama-Huntsville Columbus College William Carey Valdosta State Troy State Mississippi College North Alabama Tennessee Martin William Carey West Georgia Jacksonville State Miles College Delta State Valdosta State Troy State North Alabama Tennessee Martin Jacksonville State West Georgia Miles College Xavier University Mississippi College Delta State

80-84 67-69 75-61 84-112 55-53 74-94 69-73 64-72 52-58 86-68 71-79 77-92 72-74 62-77 77-74 80-98 67-94 61-71 99-107 88-92 82-81 105-82 65-83 80-75

1990-91 (6-21) Rick Reedy 11/27 Alabama-Huntsville 83-97 11/28 Alabama A&M 60-71 11/30 Selma University 105-68 12/1 William Carey 87-82 12/4 Montevallo 76-73 12/6 Spring Hill 74-83 12/8 Spring Hill 60-63 1/3 Montevallo 44-45 1/5 West Georgia 68-81 1/7 Jacksonville State 72-75 1/10 Alabama-Huntsville 49-65 1/12 Mississippi College 58-71 1/14 Delta State 52-65 1/17 Selma University 83-75 1/19 North Alabama 60-87 1/21 Tennessee Martin 70-69 1/26 Valdosta State 68-79 1/28 Troy State 64-72 2/2 Jacksonville State 87-98 2/4 West Georgia 97-104 2/7 William Carey 75-76 2/9 Delta State 51-79 2/11 Mississippi College 70-74 2/16 Tennessee Martin 50-53 2/18 North Alabama 78-75 2/23 Troy State 64-92 2/25 Valdosta State 76-86

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WEST ALABAMA BASKETBALL ALL-TIME RESULTS 1991-92 (14-13) Rick Reedy Selma University 125-105 Hawaii-Loa 75-72 Baptist Christian 91-89 Alabama-Huntsville 79-81 Lenoir-Rhyne 67-76 Abilene Christian 73-71 Selma University 122-61 Mississippi College 82-96 Delta State 72-78 Baptist Christian 103-98 Miles College 89-54 Valdosta State 72-78 West Georgia 90-74 North Alabama 87-114 Jacksonville State 88-107 Rust College 93-62 Alabama-Huntsville 85-68 Mississippi College 70-83 Alabama A&M 82-91 Lee College 81-88 Jacksonville State 59-71 North Alabama 64-60 Rust College 69-60 West Georgia 75-69 Valdosta State 84-95 Lee College 97-84 Delta State 76-86 1992-93 (17-9) Rick Reedy 11/21 at Fort Valley State 93-70 11/27 Southern Arkansas 115-11 (OT) 11/28 at Arkansas at Monticello 96-89 12/1 at Middle Tennessee 74-88 12/4 at North Carolina Wesleyan74-85 12/5 Lincoln (Pa) 93-68 12/7 Southern-New Orleans 74-58 12/10 at Alabama at Huntsville 72-81 1/4 Abilene Christian 66-56 1/5 Miles College 77-70 1/7 at Mississippi College 76-70 1/9 at Jacksonville State 78-95 1/11 Miles College 85-50 1/14 Alabama at Huntsville 66-74 1/16 Valdosta State 75-62 1/18 West Georgia 81-62 1/23 at North Alabama 71-64 1/25 at Delta State 58-57 2/1 Mississi[ppi College 74-87 2/4 Fort Valley State 69-47 2/6 Delta State 71-91 2/8 North Alabama 73-70 (OT) 2/13 at West Georgia 113-58 2/15 at Valdosta State 75-87 2/22 Jacksonville State 101-86 2/26 Jacksonville State 76-86 1993-94 (19-9) Rick Reedy 11/20 at Alabama at Huntsville 81-77 11/22 Winona State 104-96(OT)

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Arkansas at Monticello 95-80 at Arkansas at Little Rock 75-82 Southern Tech 49-44 at Faulkner 75-65 at Shaw 66-51 at Athens State 63-82 Southern-New Orleans 60-62 Henderson State 92-81 Central Arkansas 63-73 Selma 94-68 Shaw 83-62 at Valdosta State 80-78 at West Georgia 66-72 Alabama at Huntsville 82-63 Mississippi College 82-65 at Selma 88-72 at Central Arkansas 75-87 at Henderson State 80-60 at Delta State 69-73 Valdosta State 83-69 West Georgia 75-64 Delta State 79-66 at Mississippi College 51-81 Athens State 69-62 West Georgia 70-67 North Alabama 62-66 (OT)

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1994-95 (11-15) Rick Reedy 11/18 California-Pa. 64-77 11/19 Hillsdale College 74-75 11/22 Lane College 94-82 11/28 Selma University 100-59 11/30 Southern-New Orleans 68-54 12/3 Alabama-Huntsville 75-61 1/5 Southern-New Orleans 63-79 1/7 Lincoln Memorial 64-57 1/10 Delta State 74-77 1/14 West Georgia 62-80 1/16 Lincoln Memorial 72-67 1/19 Faulkner University 72-79 1/21 West Georgia 91-75 1/23 Valdosta State 52-69 1/25 Selma University 84-80 1/28 Valdosta State 58-68 1/30 Lane College 95-85 1/31 Alabama-Huntsville 60-70 2/4 Central Arkansas 83-87 2/9 Mississippi College 61-69 2/11 Henderson State 105-103 2/13 Central Arkansas 75-88 2/16 Delta State 65-67 2/18 Henderson State 80-76 2/21 Mississippi College 36-72 2/23 Faulkner University 82-86

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(9-17) Rick Lane College Arkansas-Little Rock Athens State Talladega College

Reedy 71-61 61-83 68-63 80-84

Selma University Southern University West Georgia Lincoln Memorial Athens State Alabama-Huntsville North Alabama Faulkner University West Florida Valdosta State Lane College Montevallo Selma University Talladega College Lincoln Memorial West Georgia North Alabama West Florida Valdosta State Faulkner University Montevallo Alabama-Huntsville

91-60 63-81 47-64 91-95 73-81 56-57 44-60 52-63 77-73 65-63 73-69 74-81 86-71 77-82 62-72 56-67 64-79 61-73 71-73 68-58 94-77 57-58

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(17-11) Rick Reedy Georgia Southwestern 75-79 Gulf Coast Christian 123-92 Lane College 88-84 Selma University 89-63 Athens State 64-80 Arkansas State 83-95 West Georgia 66-68 Lincoln Memorial 56-55 Alabama-Huntsville 86-66 North Alabama 76-54 Mississippi College 62-58 West Florida 76-71 Valdosta State 70-65 Lane College 110-92 Montevallo 50-47 Selma University 78-65 North Alabama 60-71 Alabama-Huntsville 73-52 Louisiana Christian 82-80 Lincoln Memorial 74-49 West Georgia 100-103 Mississippi College 62-70 West Florida 87-67 Valdosta State 67-73 Athens State 80-86 Montevallo 67-83 Valdosta State 64-62 Delta State 55-79

1997-98 11/22 11/24 12/1 12/3 12/6

(18-9) Rick Reedy Southern-New Orleans 66-64 Lane College 75-67 Athens State 58-80 Selma University 64-61 Lane College 83-73

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Southern-New Orleans 83-66 Southern 67-85 Lincoln Memorial 76-63 West Georgia 66-56 Selma University 69-41 North Alabama 72-60 Alabama-Huntsville 65-70 Valdosta State 100-91 West Florida 76-71 Concordia 83-69 Montevallo 79-72 Concordia 76-50 Alabama-Huntsville 71-56 North Alabama 69-72 West Georgia 66-67 Lincoln Memorial 76-82 Athens State 75-62 Valdosta State 70-68 West Florida 81-89 Alabama A&M 60-64 Montevallo 64-57 West Florida 65-67

1998-99 11/13 11/14 11/21 11/30 12/1 12/3 12/5 12/7 12/9 1/2 1/4 1/9 1/11 1/16 1/18 1/21 1/23 1/27 1/30 2/1 2/6 2/8 2/13 2/15 2/18 2/20

(12-14) Rick Reedy Union College 70-85 Free Will Baptist 89-72 Lane College 93-91 Southern-New Orleans 96-104 Southern 61-79 Lane College 75-63 Christian Brothers 81-71 Ole Miss 68-101 Southern-New Orleans 86-82 Lincoln Memorial 71-76 West Georgia 78-84 North Alabama 82-86 Alabama-Huntsville 79-74 Valdosta State 82-97 West Florida 72-60 Christian Brothers 49-50 Montevallo 75-63 Selma 83-62 Alabama-Huntsville 61-79 North Alabama 61-67 West Georgia 77-73 Lincoln Memorial 72-80 Valdosta State 79-73 West Florida 54-57 Trevecca Nazarene 91-61 Montevallo 75-89

1999-00 11/20 11/23 11/27 12/4 12/7 12/11 12/16 12/18

(8-18) Rick Arkansas-Monticello Lane College Southern University Christian Brothers Selma Lane College Arkansas-Monticello Christian Brothers

Reedy 80-76 80-83 50-91 48-57 68-78 63-66 61-73 67-76

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Central Arkansas Arkansas Tech West Florida Montevallo Valdosta State West Georgia Selma Alabama-Huntsville Lincoln Memorial North Alabama West Florida Montevallo Valdosta State West Georgia Oakwood College Alabama-Huntsville Lincoln Memorial North Alabama

72-68 64-84 77-91 83-77 93-83 75-80 67-64 75-86 80-63 64-60 41-52 63-67 72-83 63-77 76-48 76-90 68-81 63-86

2000-01 11/17 11/20 11/21 11/24 11/25 11/28 12/2 12/4 12/6 12/9 12/10 1/4 1/6 1/13 1/15 1/22 1/29 2/1 2/3 2/5 2/10 2/12 2/14 2/19 2/24

(8-17) Rick Arkansas-Monticello Lane College Christian Brothers Henderson State Miles College Arkansas-Monticello Christian Brothers Lane College West Georgia Lincoln Memorial Texas College Valdosta State West Florida North Alabama Montevallo Alabama-Huntsville Lincoln Memorial Selma University Valdosta State West Florida North Alabama Montevallo Selma University Alabama-Huntsville West Georgia

Reedy 68-78 77-86 82-98 39-55 60-64 94-95 72-82 63-55 64-71 88-73 83-76 78-76 59-61 72-69 57-55 56-70 82-89 80-74 68-72 55-74 73-74 69-75 55-72 46-63 68-65

2001-02 11/19 11/20 11/26 11/29 12/1 12/3 12/5 12/8 12/15 1/3 1/5 1/9 1/12

(11-15) Rick Reedy Selma 81-47 Livingstone 69-50 Southern 54-45 Stillman 61-68 Christian Brothers 67-78 Lane 71-80 Stillman 55-51 Lincoln Memorial 59-72 Western Kentucky 40-103 Valdosta State 52-71 West Florida 64-78 Tuskegee 61-56 North Alabama 63-80

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Montevallo Alabama-Huntsville Christian Brothers West Georgia Lincoln Memorial Lane Valdosta State West Florida Selma North Alabama Montevallo Alabama-Huntsville West Georgia

60-68 73-84 70-68 73-78 73-82 69-88 74-71 89-100 88-74 73-66 75-69 71-60 56-80

2002-03 (8-20) Rick Reedy 11/22 Stillman College 63-57 11/25 Clark-Atlanta 74-60 11/26 Texas College 56-53 12/1 Alabama-Birmingham 71-97 12/3 Colorado State 50-82 12/5 Tuskegee 62-80 12/7 Lincoln Memorial 70-63 12/14 Christian Brothers 83-90 1/4 West Florida 81-94 1/7 Lane College 86-69 1/9 Christian Brothers 59-84 1/11 North Alabama 57-82 1/13 Montevallo 71-54 1/16 Stillman College 81-82 1/20 Alabama-Huntsville 58-65 1/25 West Georgia 51-67 1/27 Lincoln Memorial 75-95 2/1 Valdosta State 65-78 2/3 West Florida 68-81 2/5 * Lane College 68-80 2/8 North Alabama 72-81 2/10 Montevallo 85-77 2/13 Tuskegee 76-102 2/17 Alabama-Huntsville 65-82 2/19 Southern University 62-77 2/22 West Georgia 79-101 2/24 Valdosta State 75-95 * - Forfeited due to NCAA Infractions 2003-04 11/15 11/18 11/21 11/22 11/24 11/28 12/1 12/2 12/6 12/13 12/15 12/30 1/3 1/10 1/12

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(5-22) Rick Christian Brothers William Carey Henderson State Ouachita Baptist Arkansas State Augusta State Southern University Xavier South Alabama Christian Brothers Emmanuel College Augusta State Xavier Lincoln Memorial West Georgia

Reedy 63-83 72-79 52-65 45-63 57-98 78-72 44-67 55-72 50-80 55-79 85-67 61-59 48-61 54-55 56-68

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North Alabama Alabama-Huntsville Valdosta State West Florida Montevallo Alabama-Huntsville North Alabama West Georgia Lincoln Memorial Valdosta State West Florida Montevallo

56-63 47-58 36-65 60-81 75-68 47-58 36-65 63-78 75-62 45-65 63-74 63-79

2004-05 (14-13) Rick Reedy 11/15 Claflin 84-73 11/17 Southern Arkansas 64-90 11/22 Stillman 65-68 11/23 Clark-Atlanta 62-56 11/27 Stillman 69-75 11/30 Claflin 70-74 12/3 Nova Southeastern 64-62 12/4 Saint Leo 97-78 12/8 Southern Arkansas 75-66 12/10 Stillman 77-75 1/3 William Carey 72-63 1/8 Alabama-Huntsville 71-69 1/10 North Alabama 86-93 1/15 Lincoln Memorial 77-68 1/17 West Georgia 70-97 1/22 Valdosta State 62-63 1/24 West Florida 73-86 1/29 Montevallo 51-73 1/31 Concordia 106-94 2/5 Lincoln Memorial 86-73 2/7 West Georgia 83-90 2/12 North Alabama 75-89 2/14 Alabama-Huntsville 59-84 2/19 Valdosta State 47-58 2/21 West Florida 85-74 2/23 Crichton College 69-60 2/26 Montevallo 81-71 2005-06 (13-14) Rick Reedy 11/15 Wesley College 88-47 11/17 Southern Arkansas 76-74 11/21 Clark-Atlanta 97-76 11/28 Christian Brothers 81-86 12/2 Clark-Atlanta 94-53 12/3 Saint Leo 80-69 12/5 Henderson State 74-70 12/7 Southern Arkansas 67-75 12/17 Christian Brothers 71-90 1/4 Crichton College 85-82 1/7 Alabama-Huntsville 67-91 1/9 North Alabama 81-104 1/14 Lincoln Memorial 79-88 1/16 West Georgia 102-81 1/21 Valdosta State 77-87 1/23 West Florida 64-68 1/28 Montevallo 86-74 1/30 Concordia 80-91 2/4 Lincoln Memorial 62-73

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West Georgia North Alabama Alabama-Huntsville Concordia Valdosta State West Florida Arkansas Baptist Montevallo

74-79 80-83 79-74 119-83 68-59 69-75 89-86 62-87

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2006-07 (10-17) Rick Reedy 11/15 Southern-New Orleans 80-68 11/17 Henderson State 49-57 11/20 Dillard 75-67 11/24 Florida Gulf Coast 66-77 11/25 Puerto Rico-Bayamon 58-63 11/26 Palm Beach Atlantic 65-62 11/29 Claflin 42-48 12/1 Georgia Southwestern 64-73 12/2 North Georgia 61-71 12/5 Dillard 89-79 12/6 Clark Atlanta 81-58 12/9 Delta State 68-75 1/3 Delta State 56-67 1/6 Alabama-Huntsville 58-80 1/8 North Alabama 79-69 1/16 West Georgia 75-77 1/20 Valdosta State 70-81 1/22 West Florida 82-72 1/24 Claflin 58-57 1/27 Montevallo 75-83 1/31 Concordia 71-49 2/6 West Georgia 76-72 2/10 North Alabama 85-109 2/12 Alabama-Huntsville 78-93 2/17 Valdosta State 50-57 2/19 West Florida 81-85 2/24 Montevallo 62-93 2007-08 (10-17) Eddie McCarter 11/17 at Stillman 88-82 11/21 Delta State 78-96 11/24 Miles 71-92 11/26 at Arkansas at Monticello 53-57 11/27 at Southern Arkansas 49-83 11/30 Eckerd 51-79 12/1 Lynn 67-65 12/5 Southern Arkansas 61-71 12/7 Southeastern Bible 90-36 12/18 at Clark Atlanta 66-61 12/29 Henderson State 59-74 1/3 Arkansas-Monticello 65-62 1/5 at Delta State 68-73 1/12 Alabama at Huntsville 66-76 1/14 West Georgia 64-77 1/21 at North Alabama 66-87 1/28 West Florida 54-66 2/2 at Montevallo 73-62 2/4 Wesley 94-68 2/6 Concordia 62-57 2/11 North Alabama 68-86 2/16 at West Georgia 67-66 2/18 at Alabama at Huntsville 64-72

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Valdosta State at West Florida Montevallo

68-80 60-49 56-69

2008-09 (13-15) Eddie McCarter 11/18 at Jacksonville State 48-69 11/19 Huntingdon 75-61 11/24 Stillman 69-54 11/28 Tusculum 57-78 11/29 Carson-Newman 93-109 12/2 at Delta State 59-93 12/5 Barry 42-45 12/6 St. Leo 62-59 12/13 at Miles 82-69 12/17 Clark Atlanta 55-61 12/20 at Southeastern Bible 91-67 12/29 at Alabama State 59-71 1/3 at Henderson State 75-58 1/8 at North Alabama 64-80 1/10 at West Georgia 70-61 1/14 Concordia-Selma 67-59 1/17 UAH 77-86 1/22 Valdosta State 68-71 1/24 at West Florida 67-71 1/29 Montevallo 70-58 2/4 Southeastern Bible 106-71 2/7 at UAH 75-82 2/12 West Georgia 58-77 2/14 North Alabama 76-74 2/19 at Valdosta State 76-83 2/21 West Florida 81-68 2/28 at Montevallo 60-48 3/4 Harding 56-82 2009-10 (13-14) Eddie McCarter 11/16 at Georgia Southwestern 76-63 11/18 Concordia 98-81 11/20 at Huntingdon College 77-66 11/23 at Delta State 72-67 11/28 at Arkansas Tech 82-42 11/30 at Harding 52-46 12/04 vs Shaw University 70-64 12/05 vs Eckerd College 77-75 12/12 Christian Brothers 79-56 12/14 at Southeastern Bible 98-71 12/19 UAM 63-61 12/21 Southern Arkansas 73-70 12/28 at Alabama State 62-59 1/1 at Henderson State 71-63 1/2 at Ouachita Baptist 58-51 1/7 at West Florida 75-73 1/9 Southeastern Bible 107-61 1/14 North Alabama 78-76 1/21 at Valdosta State 92-55 1/23 West Georgia 70-67 1/30 at Alabama-Huntsville 66-56 2/3 West Florida 87-67 2/6 Carver Bible 91-74 2/11 at North Alabama 77-78 2/18 Valdosta State 85-75 2/20 at West Georgia 81-61 2/27 UAH 86-66

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WEST ALABAMA BASKETBALL ALL-TIME RESULTS 2010-11 (11-15) Eddie McCarter 11/12 Carver Bible 80-74 11/13 at Jacksonville State 58-79 11/15 Huntingdon 80-49 11/18 Concordia College 104-65 11/27 Arkansas Tech 58-61 11/29 Harding 68-69 12/02 Delta State 77-85 12/11 at Christian Brothers 30-45 12/17 at Arkansas-Monticello 65-79 12/18 at Southern Arkansas 60-59 12/30 Henderson State 58-43 12/31 Ouachita Baptist 42-55 1/6 Georgia Southwestern 50-60 1/15 Lambuth 47-57 1/20 West Florida 65-54 1/22 at Alabama-Huntsville 49-69 1/27 at West Georgia 70-68 1/29 North Alabmaa 68-60 2/2 at Valdosta State 66-83 2/7 at Lambuth 71-78 2/12 Alabama-Huntsville 71-84 2/16 at West Florida 67-66 2/19 at North Alabama 69-90 2/21 Oakwood University 81-51 2/24 West Georgia 86-49 2/26 Valdosta State 73-75

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uwa in the ncaa tournament 1978 ncaa division ii south regional orlando, fla. (host: central florida)

First Round

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Livingston

69

Florida A&M

72

Consolation Livingston

91

Augusta

90

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1982 ncaa division ii south regional lakeland, fla. (host: florida southern)

First Round Livingston

75

Biscayne College

72

Championship Livingston Florida Southern

2011-12 RECORD BOOK

79 (3ot)

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